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As you may know, we do a weekly radio program on Federal News Radio here in Washington, D.C. (You can see the Federal News Radio FCW page here.)

All of them are available for streaming or download as a podcast on FCW's multimedia page at www.fcw.com/multimedia.

The program airs each Thursday at 10:30 a.m. on WFED 1050 AM here in Washington or online at federalnewsradio.com.

On the program on Thursday -- you can get a preview of FCW's second annual best IT agency to work for survey. The survey will appear in the Aug. 7 issue of Federal Computer Week and online at fcw.com/bestagencies. I attempted to schedule this program to air closer to the issue date, but... oh well. You get a preview!

The best -- and worst -- IT agency survey is interesting. Here is last year's survey. When it comes right down to it, the rankings for best and worst make for good water cooler talk, but the real value of the survey is what it tells us about what you like and don't like about your jobs.

So, listen in... and look for the full story on Aug. 7. We're also going to have a webinar where you can ask questions of our director of surveys and we'll have a white paper that will have the full survey information. There will be all sorts of stuff to churn on.

Posted by Christopher Dorobek on Jul 26, 2006 at 12:15 PM


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